The new LG G6 will be unveiled at MWC on February 26, it’s expected to come with an all-metal body, a 5.7-inch 2,880×1,440 display, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 821 chipset, dual rear cameras, a fingerprint sensor, a quad DAC, and Google Assistant built-in. And now the rumor of LG G6’s IP68 certification for water and dust resistance is confirmed also, G6 should thus be “dust tight”, which is the best possible option, and will also be able to withstand submersion in 1m of water or more.
Besides, the device will ship with a battery capacity of “more than 3,200 mAh”. This has been revealed in Korean media today, and the information reportedly comes from “a senior official” at the company. The battery should last around 12 hours on a charge when browsing the internet, apparently. Anyway, it’s the biggest battery ever put into an LG G-series handset. As previously rumored, the battery will not be user-replaceable.
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